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OSHA Promotes Safe Work Settings for Women in Construction

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently pledged to renew its partnership with the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) to help build a safer, healthier work environment for female construction workers. Together, they will continue to provide women with information, guidance and access to training resources. Read more

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How to Immediately Improve your OSHA Compliance

If you run a contracting business, you have the responsibility to provide a safe environment for your workers. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandates that you follow a list of regulations that aim to reduce worker injury and death. Since there is a high cost for failing to achieve OSHA compliance, every contractor needs to know the basics of current Federal regulations. Read more

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A Guide to Reporting OSHA Violations

If you’re an employee who notices a significant safety hazard that your employer ignores, you can make a formal complaint to the Occupational Safety and Health Commission. The U.S. Department of Labor has a system in place that makes reporting OSHA violations simple and protects you against reprisal from your employer. However, if you’re an employer, don’t worry about inaccurate complaints, because OSHA still investigates every report for accuracy. Read more